IWFF DAY 2-26IWFF STAFF

IWFF Staff at the 2021 festival's outdoor screening at Ogren Park.
Included: Marie Fahlgren, Tammy Bodlovic, Mike Steinberg, Carrie Richer, Sarah Ferguson, Mike Emmons

By donating to IWFF, you help our mission to support stories that promote awareness, knowledge and an understanding of habitats and wildlife that impact our world.

Together we're lifting up wildlife filmmakers, the stories they tell and expanding our IWFF audience.

In this post-COVID time, IWFF has responded to challenges with innovative solutions, out-of-the-box-thinking, and has engaged with even wider audiences as a result. We simply couldn’t do this without your support.

With your help, we are not only presenting the best of international wildlife films but are engaging with a community that is 45 years old in new ways that are game-changing. Supporting IWFF also supports our beloved home theater, the Roxy, and its special cinematic community that captures so much of what makes Missoula unique.

As IWFF transitions back into a world with live screenings and post-screening discussions we are taking a moment to re-evaluate how the current state of film festivals can evolve and move forward with more momentum, more powerful experiences, and awareness of our place in a world. Undeniably, there are countless environmental and wild stories from every corner of the globe that urgently need to be shared. IWFF will continue to offer a vibrant Spring-time festival, a virtual catalog of films, field trips, discussions, K-12+ education opportunities, and workshops to film lovers from around the world. We are grateful for an engaged international audience that has supported our virtual programs and look forward to nurturing those connections in addition to our beloved local audiences that came back to The Roxy with enthusiasm.

Thanks for your support.